> On Apr 14, 2018, at 8:22 AM, cicko <alen.sil...@gmx.com> wrote:
> On Linux (OpenSuse w/ Cinnamon) in GnuCash 3.0, I've set the default currency
> to EUR:
> https://imgur.com/Pk9JEyi
> but the list of columns in the Accounts view still displays GBP as the only
> option, i.e. Balance, Balance (GBP). There is no Balance (EUR) option.
> On Windows this worked well, as far as I remember. Locale was used by
> default but changing the default currency manually would make all the
> custom-currency columns appear with the default currency.
> Is there a way to adjust this? I'm probably missing something. Restarting
> GnuCash did not make any difference.
> Thanks!

I think that the currency offered on the accounts page is the currency of the 
root account. That’s set when you create a new book with File>New and its 
default is the default currency in Preferences. Once it’s set for a book it 
can’t be changed in the GUI.

John Ralls

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